Four Cape CTC Students to national competition
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Monday, April 18, 2011
Four students from the Cape Career and Technology Center qualified for the National SkillsUSA Competition to be held in Kansas City, MO in June. The four qualifying students are Devin Hayden & Brodrick Twiggs, Audio/Radio Production; Randy Horne, Food & Beverage Service; and Gabe Cox, Medical Math. Pictured above at the state competition are, back row, from the left, Brandon Barks, 3rd place, Electronics Technology; Gabe Cox, 1st place, Medical Math; Brodrick Twiggs, 1st place, Audio/Radio Production; Devin Hayden, 1st place, Audio/Radio Production; Charlie Bradley, 3rd place, Television (Video) Production; Damand Davis, 3rd place, Television (Video) Production; and Michael Stepak, 3rd place, HVAC. Front row, from the right, are Randy Horne, 1st place, Food & Beverage; Nicole Cook, 2nd place, Commercial Baking; Matthew Fluegge, 2nd place, Audio/Radio Production; Lee Green, 2nd place, Audio/Radio Production; Matthew McFerron, 2nd place, Television (Video) Production; and Robert Alexander, 2nd place, Television (Video) Production. SkillsUSA is a national organization serving high school and college students and professional members enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations in high schools and college/technical schools. CTC Director Rich Payne said, "We are extremely proud of these students and their instructors. Competitions like these help establish students on paths to successful professional careers." The advisors who will be escorting the students to the national competition are Randy McWilson and Dennis Cain.